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Old 01-18-2017, 05:14 AM #1
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E-locker help

My rear E-locker is stuck on and engaged. I went wheeling a few weeks ago and noticed that it would not disengage.

The E-locker light was blinking at me for a week or two and the light is no longer blinking or solid. Any ideas as if this is the actuator or possibly wiring?
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I would first check the wiring at the e-locker. If it all looks good then I would jack the back end up and "hot wire" the locker to see if it responds to power properly. I can get my notes on how I did that for you later today. It is simply putting battery power to two specific prongs on the e locker plug.
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This happened to me. I jiggled the wiring harnesses at the locker which had corroded contacts.
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The contact points were messed up and got it fixed
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